Prince Harry's upcoming controversial memoir might not be as headline-grabbing as some expect, an expert has claimed.
The book, which is due out later this year and published by Penguin Random House, was expected to contain his version of the truth behind the war with brother Prince William as well as many other untold stories.
But it appears that the husband of podcast host Meghan Markle is having second thoughts about going "nuclear" on the Royal family.
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The claim comes from a source speaking to Page Six, who said that “Harry has some truth bombs in his book that he is debating on whether to include or not”.
And according to critic Daniela Elser, writing for news.com.au, Harry is finally refusing at the “final jump”.
She said: “The problem is, if this is the case, Harry could end up stuck between a rock and a very hard cheque with seven zeros at the end.
“On one hand, offering up a series of juicy revelations and inside information about the House of Windsor is guaranteed to see this title rocket up the New York Times bestseller list and bring big smiles to the faces of the head honchos at Penguin Random House.
"For the publishing giant to even hope to remotely earn back the Duke’s stonkingly large advance, they are going to need tens of millions of people to rush out and eagerly snap up the autobiography for which audiences need something really sensational.
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“On the other hand, it would be entirely understandable if the 37-year-old might be having some misgivings about truly pantsing his family given that such a move could end up being the final nail in the coffin of Harry’s relationship with the royal family.
“It’s hard to see how Harry publishing a book that is in fact a real tell-all would do anything but dash what little Palace goodwill is left towards the errant Sussexes.”
It is also thought that Harry is still looking to repair the damage caused with the Royal Family, despite his UK exit a few years ago.
The Daily Star has reached out to Harry's team for a comment.
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